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Crap From The Past - December 2, 1994: Big Drums, Sickness and Illness; Ron filling in for Starsky Suave (a.k.a. KXCI's Steve Shannon)


Published December 2, 1994


A pop music radio show for people who already know plenty about pop music, hosted by Ron "Boogiemonster" Gerber. From July 1994 - December 1995, the show ran on the second Friday of each month from 10 - midnight on 91.3 KXCI-FM, Tucson, Arizona.


Notes

Here is a listing of all shows saved to date and a listing of all the playlists to date.

CUBA - Gibson Brothers (1979)
TRAIN IN VAIN (STAND BY ME) - The Clash (1980)
GIRLS WITH GUNS - Tommy Shaw (1984)
STRAWBERRY LETTER 23 - Brothers Johnson (1977)
JACKIE - Blue Zone U.K. (1988)
BRICK HOUSE - Commodores (1977)
GOODY TWO SHOES - Adam Ant (1983)
SOME LIKE IT HOT - Power Station (1985)
WHISPER TO A SCREAM (BIRDS FLY) - Icicle Works (1984)
I KNOW THERE'S SOMETHING GOING ON - Frida (1983)
JEOPARDY - Greg Kihn Band (1983)
YOU DROPPED A BOMB ON ME - Gap Band (1982)
WALKING ON SUNSHINE - Katrina and the Waves (1985)
TAINTED LOVE - Soft Cell (1982)
CARS - Gary Numan (1980)
THE CHASE - Giorgio Moroder (1979)
KEEP ON DANCIN' - Gary's Gang (1979)
I RAN (SO FAR AWAY) - A Flock Of Seagulls (1982)
SEASONS IN THE SUN - Terry Jacks (1974)
GO INSANE - Lindsey Buckingham (1984)
I GOT YOU - Split Enz (1980)
TOO SHY - Kajagoogoo (1983)
BAD CASE OF LOVING YOU (DOCTOR DOCTOR) - Robert Palmer (1979)
LOVE HANGOVER - Diana Ross (1976)
DOCTOR DOCTOR - Thompson Twins (1984)
DR. HECKYLL AND MR. JIVE - Men At Work (1983)
PAC MAN FEVER - Buckner and Garcia (1982)
I WANT A NEW DRUG - Huey Lewis and the News (1984)
PHYSICAL - Olivia Newton-John (1981)
DOES YOUR MOTHER KNOW - Abba (1979)
JUNGLE BOOGIE - Kool and the Gang (1974)

Reviews

Reviewer: franks283 - - December 22, 2011
Subject: ANOTHER GREAT ONE
Loving the good music. Clash, Greg Kihn, Katrina and the Waves, Soft Cell. Plenty of great pop candy. Definitely worth a relisten....and a relisten after that. Also, "the Chase," by Giorgio Moroder, that was the theme entrance music for a pro wrestling tag team, the Midnight Express...brings back fond memories of watching wrestling. Bad Case of Loving you...all good stuff!